Circle Track Stock Car — 29 July 2010

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INDIANAPOLIS, Ind. (July 23, 2010) – The No. 10 Jennifer Jo Cobb Racing team struggled to find a handle at O’Reilly Raceway Park in Friday night’s AAA Insurance 200.  Cobb’s Driven Ford F?150 was “sliding into the turns and pushing on exit” throughout the event and Cobb was unable to keep pace with the field. Cobb finished the night in 26th?place, completing 191 of 200 laps.

Cobb qualified for the race in 32nd?place. As soon as the race started, Cobb knew she was going to have her hands full. Her truck wasn’t cooperating, despite which lane or groove she tried circling around the .686? mile race track. Cobb made several pit stops throughout the night, each time making a round of adjustments to help correct the handling. Unfortunately, Cobb’s truck seemed unresponsive to the changes. Not about to give up, Cobb stayed out until the checkered flag. She finished in 26

“It wasn’t the night we were expecting,” said Cobb. “We just never got our truck where we needed it. It was sliding into the turns and pushing on exit all race long. We definitely need to go back to the shop and figure out what we did wrong.

“We’re a team. We win and lose together. When you have a night like we did tonight, I don’t point the finger or try to blame anyone because that won’t do us any good. It’s important that we keep our heads up and continue working hard like we have all year. It was a frustrating race, but it was a learning experience. We know that we have to do some things differently next time. We’ll be stronger because of this.

We’re knocking on the door of the top

? 15 in the point standings. I know we can get there. I’m really excited about Pocono next week and know that we can get back on track there.”

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